3 Parks near Lady Lake, Florida
Aug 2014 - $32.00
Laundry machines were all rusty. Mostly older park models. They put daily and weekly right by road and dumpsters with no screening and a noisy pump that runs most of the time. Office and computer room so small there is not room for more than 2 people at a time. WiFi does not even work in computer room. People walking and driving through sights instead of taking the road, all the time. - mountainfan
Mar 2014 - $40.00
This is mostly a retirement park with about 400 permanent sites. There are less than 30 sites set aside for overnight stays, some shaded. The staff is friendly, and we would stay there again as it's very close to who we visit. It's an old park. They will give you the Good Sam discount if you ask for it, but they're not a member. The bathrooms are old and not in good shape. Out of five showers, only two worked. Out of five sinks, two had no water. The water pressure was poor in the bathrooms and at our RV site. The sites were quite level and the power posts in good shape with consistent 50 amp service for the four days we stayed there. Free coffee and donuts in the morning. - grizzz
Jul 2011 - $40.00
This was a nice park for an overnight stay. We weren't looking for a lot of entertainment, just a quiet place to relax. And this place was very nice. - Calvin B
May 2015 - $40.00
Beautiful park, set up to support equine events, therefore lots of open space for horses and events. Our site was a concrete pull thru site with patios and picnic tables. The site was level with easy in and out for big rigs. We stayed here on a non event week, so it was very quiet. Staff is very friendly and helpful. No official dog run but lots of green area to walk dogs. The laundry room is small, but efficient. There is a museum and cafe on property, however we didn't get a chance to visit. There is no shade on the sites, however they planted trees, so that will come in a few years. The park is located a distance off I-75, and the back roads are narrow to the RV entrance. We had no issues with a 43' 5th wheel, just took it slow around corners. Would highly recommend if staying in the area more then a night! We are already planning to come back in November! - KKColorado
Jan 2015 - $50.00
Wife and I stayed for a week in early January 2015. What a great place. Though it had no cable ( no big deal) the atmosphere was totally relaxing! The sites were more that adequate with plenty of room for the motorhome. The bistro, museum and grounds were great as well. To see and hear the horses was extremely relaxing. We'll be back! - njtc
Nov 2014 - $45.00
We stayed here for a 6 nights.
The RV parking was designed to support The Grand Oaks equine events so it was a little more expensive.
The park is not easy to get to & from. The last two miles (Griffin Ave.) is a narrow two lane rural residential road that is barely wide enough for a motorhome. However, there were 45' motorhomes in the park.
The interior roads are paved. The paved roads are single lane but have two way traffic. The corners were easily to negotiate.
The park is built in an open meadow on gently sloping ground. But the parking area on the sites is generally level and flat. There is a mixture of pull-throughs and back-ins. The pull-throughs are paved with concrete parking pads. The back-ins are either concrete or grass parking pads. The sites had sufficient space for second vehicle. Privacy between the sites is created by space between the sites. They have full hook ups - water, electricity (50/30/20 amp), and sewer connections that are generally located towards the back of the parking pad. There was an outside table on a concrete patio.
Although there were a line of trees on the southern edge of the park, sites offered a view of the southern sky to get satellite reception.
Wi-Fi reception was surprising strong but there were only a few sites occupied so that might have had something to do with the strength & speed of the service.
There were not a lot of guests so there facility was quiet peaceful.
There was no designated pet areas around the park. But there was sufficient area to walk dogs along the park's road system. There were no bag dispensers around the park to pick up waste and collection containers were few and far between.
For being in a hazardous/severe weather area, there was no underground storm shelter. None of the structures in the park were identified as a severe weather shelter.
Probably would return to this park if in the area. - bsb814
May 2015 - $50.00
We stayed in the park for two nights. The park is mostly park models and RVs in long-term sites. Overnight sites are grouped together in a nice, shady area - very clean and quiet. We will definitely stay here again. - RunsWithScissors
Jan 2015 - $38.00
The park is clean and residents are friendly. Most are snowbirds. There is a lot of campground traffic near the short stay sites, making dog walking a bit of a challenge. These sites have concrete pads and have a large grassy area behind the rigs. There is no enclosed dog park but there are two large, grassy areas near retention ponds that offer plenty of space for on-leash walking. The park has many activities. ATT reception was good. Cable TV is included, but a box may be needed (provided by park). Wifi is provided by a different company at a fee. - Dreaming
Jan 2013 - $48.00
This is mostly a full time resident park but it does have spaces for short term RVers. The office staff and residents were very friendly and made us feel at home. We only stayed one night and probably won't return because we prefer parks with more RVs instead of park models. Our site had an uneven concrete pad, but we were able to level the rig with no problems. WiFi was not working when we were here. There are a lot of activities and we would feel very comfortable participating if we stayed longer. - dickens